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SSL Certificate Installed


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Apr 11, 2002
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For increased security and peace of mind for our members, all Muppet Central pages are now served with an SSL certificate. A few years ago, SSL was optional. In this day and age, it's become a requirement for anyone with a presence online.

In your browser, instead of "http://muppetcentral.com", you'll see "https://muppetcentral.com" with a secure padlock icon. This means that all account information is now encrypted and 100% securely transferred from you to us.

Also, if you enter "www.muppetcentral.com" in your browser it should automatically redirect to "muppetcentral.com" instead.

Please note, in order to implement this increased security, several thousand pages are being updated. We've also disabled the Radionomy "Now Playing" info for Muppet Central Radio on our home page and the front of our forum because it causes an https conflict. We'll try to find a workaround in the near future.

If you notice any other pages not working correctly or that do not appear secure, please post the exact link here and let us know.